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DOROTHY GALO— Teaching in Hingham since 1964.
Enjoys golf and is on the Board of Directors for Hingham
Youth Hockey. Grad . Northeastern University.
ROBERT O'DAY—Grade Administrator since 1975. En-
joys music, reading, sports, writing, colonial and Ja-
panese antiques, and cooking. Grad. Suffolk University.
RICHARD LAWRENCE- -Be en at Hingham High School
since 1966. Enjoys boating and designing and renovating
houses. Grad. Fitchburg State College Nova University.
"A bird in the hand is worth a stitch in time . "
CHARLES VICKERY— He has been with the Hing-
ham school Dept. since 1953. Enjoys golf, wood-
working and country music . Grad . Boston College .
Bridgewater State College. Boston University.
"Saluting a great class . "
BETTY ABRAHAMSEN--Teaching in Hingham since
1974. Likes to travel, relax, read, or just "hoofin'
around the city. " Grad. Boston University.
PAUL ABRAHAMSON— Teaching in Hingham since
1964. Grad. Boston University.
SUE AJEMIAN--Teaching in Hingham since 1972. En-
joys skiing, quilting, and furniture refinishing . Grad.
University of Rhode Island.
PHILIP ANDERSON--Teaching in Hingham since 1968.
Enjoys the outdoors, wood-working, and travel. Grad.
Tufts University. "I dimly guess what time in mists
confounds; yet even anon a trumpet sounds from the
hid battlements of Eternity. " Hamlet.
WALTER ANDERSON--Worked in the Hingham School
Dept . since 1959. Enjoys fishing on Cape Cod and
playing hockey. Grad Boston University.
HOWARD BAILEY—Teaching in Hingham since 1970.
A former memeber of the U.S. Coast Guard and now
enjoys boating, canoeing, wood-carving, collecting
antiques, and coaching the school's Lacrosse team.
STEVEN BAISDEN--Teaching in Hingham since 1973.
Enjoys furniture making, playing the guitar, and
making stained glass windows. Grad. Boston College.
"To the vector goes the spoils. "
SALVATORE BARTOLOTTI-- Teaching in Hingham
since 1960. Enjoys directing music for the annual
school musical. Known as "Mr. B. " Grad. New Eng-
land Conservatory of Music .
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GORDON BATES— Teaching in Hingham since
1966. Enjoys gardening, wood-working, and
repairing his own electrical devices.
MARIE BERNARD— -Her interests are her family
and teaching. They can if they think they can. "
JAMES BERLENBACH— Teaching in Hingham
since 1970. Enjoys teaching, gardening, theatre,
and continuing his education. Grad. Bridgewater
State College. "Art for art's sake. "
CURTIS BOYDEN— Teaching in Hingham since
1954. Enjoys music. Grad. Bridgewater State
KATHRYN BREWER- -Teaching in Hingham since
1958. Likes to knit, bowl, aand read. Grad. Bos-
ton Teacher's College. "We meet, we party,
and sometimes we remember. "
ROSALIE BRAVO— Teaching in Hingham since
1969. Enjoys tennis and cooking. Grad. Chand-
ler's Secretary School.
CHRISTOPHER BROWN— Teaching in Hingham
since 1969. Enjoys farming, crafts, and people.
Grad. Colby College.
RUTH BUTTERFIELD— Head of the Social Studies
Dept. She is an avid hockey fan and a Bruins
season ticket holder. Grad. Boston University.
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RICHARD CALDWELL— Teaching in Hingham "for-
ever". He enjoys teaching. Grad. Boston University .
"Better to be a smart cookie than a wise cracker. "
MARGARET CONDITO— A secretary in the Guidance
MARY CONNELLY- -A secretary in the Guidance
EDMUND CONNERS— Teaching in Hingham since
1963. Enjoys sports, especially hockey and coaching
the school soccer team. Grad. Boston University.
JOHN CROWLEY— Teaching in Hingham since 1962.
Enjoys building boats. A Red Cross representative for
the High School. Grad. Boston College.
DENVER DEETER— Teaching in Hingham since 1964.
Enjoys carpentry and sports. Grad. Eastern Nazarine
College. Remember "Gee, I'm a tree."
GEORGE DEGRASSE— Guidance Counselor. Enjoys
outdoors, camping, fishing, playing the guitar, and
organic gardening. Grad. Cole College.
CATHERINE DEVINE— Teaching in Hingham since
1963. Enjoys tennis, reading, swimming, and boat-
ing. Grad. Boston Teacher's College. "Typing for
everyone . "
CHARLES DIRK—Teaching in Hingham since 1970.
Enjoys teaching and all sports. Grad. Brown University.
FRANK DOWNING —Chairperson of the Hingham Art
Dept. Grad. Mass. College of Art.
ALAN ED MOND— First year teaching in Hingham.
Enjoys mathemetics and basketball. Grad. Assumption
GEORGE EDMONDS— Teaching in Hingham since
1968. Chairperson of the Hingham Math Dept. Grad.
Hampton Institute .
ANGELA EPPLE— Teaching in Hingham since 1959.
Enjoys classical music, reading, knitting, and vaca-
tioning in Maine . Grad . University of Mich .
CHARLES FINN— Teaching in Hingham since 1968.
Enjoys bowling and reading. Grad. University of
MARK GARTH— First year teaching in Hingham.
Enjoys travel, culture, reading, and films. Grad.
RONALD GOBA— Teaching in Hingham since 1970.
Head of the Hingham English Dept. Enjoys poetry,
sports, and collecting records. Grad. Boston College.
MEREDITH GORDON— Teaching in Hingham since
1969. Enjoys skiing, water sports, reading, and
travelling. Grad. Springfield College.
GERALD GREEN--Teaching in Hingham since
1973. Enjoys sports, music, travel, arid photo-
graphy. Grad. Boston College. "And so I have
come to doubt all I have held as true. I stand
alone without beliefs. The only truth I know is
ELIZABETH GUELL — Teaching in Hingham since
1962. Enjoys travel and photography. Grad. Hy-
annis Teacher's College.
NANCY GUSTAFSON— Guidance Counselor at
Hingham High since 1972. Enjoys skiing, snorkel-
ing, and reading. Grad. Tufts University.
VIRGINIA HANSEL— Typing teacher. Enjoys her
six children, swimming, skiing, tennis, outdoors,
JAMES HAVILAND- -Teaching in Hingham since
1964. Enjoys reading, skiing, and tennis. Grad.
GARY HEDRICK- -First year in Hingham as chair-
person of the Music Dept. Grad. Florida State
JOHN HENNELY— Teaching in Hingham since
1972. Enjoys music and woodworking. Grad. Bos-
D. HOLLEY — Teaching in Hingham High School
since 1975. Enjoys gardening and music. Grad.
EDITH HOWARD— Teaching in Hingham since
1963. Enjoys canoeing, travelling, hiking, and
cross country skiing. Grad. Radcliffe College.
BETTY HOWLETT— Been at Hingham High School
since 1969. Enjoys golf and tennis. Grad. Colby
RICHARD JENSEN— Teaching in Hingham since 1968.
Enjoys "Conrad and the Pickups", music, tropical
fish, model railroads, philatalists , and collecting
books. Grad. Wesleyan University. "I never met a
girl I didn't like."
EVELINE JOHNSON— Teaching in Hingham since 1974.
Enjoys camping, mountain climbing, and sewing.
Grad . Bridgewater State College .
MAYNARD JOHNSON— Teaches auto-shop.
JANET JORDON— Teaching in Hingham since 1968.
Enjoys skiing, golf, tennis, and sailing. Grad. West-
chester State College.
JAMES KANE— Teaching in Hingham since 1971.
Enjoys woodworking, furniture making, sports, coach-
ing, and swimming. Grad. Indiana Institute of
Technology. "Shop is where it's at."
MURIEL KENDALL— Hingham High School special
needs Co-ordinator. Enjoys travelling. Grad. Bridge-
water State .
JOHN KENNEDY- -Teaching in Hingham since 1967.
Enjoys gardening. He is the football coach for the
school. Grad. Boston University .
JAMES KIRKCALDY— Enjoys reading and basketball.
Grad . University of Rhode Island . "It all comes out
in the wash. "
DAVID LACATELL—Teaching in Hingham since 1970.
His interests include his family, two sons, and sports.
Grad. Northeastern University.
THOMAS LANE— A resident of Hingham since 1954.
Enjoys painting. Grad. Museum of Fine Arts School.
"It doesn't really seem that long."
LAWRENCE LEAHY— Teaching in Hingham since 1973.
Enjoys tennis, skiing, coaching youngsters . Grad . Suf-
MARGARET LEAVITT— A Guidance Counselor in
Hingham since 1968. Enjoys mountain climbing,
hiking , and visiting art galleries . "Check with your
PETER LINCOLN— Teaching in Hingham since 1967.
Enjoys cross country skiing and ski racing. Grad.
Boston College . "Remember you're dead for an awful
long time . "
CLAUDIA LEONE— Teaching in Hingham since 1975.
Enjoys hiking, skiing, tennis, and reading. Grad.
Clarkson College .
MOIRA LINEHAN— Teaching in Hingham since 1973.
Enjoys reading, sewing, and hiking. Grad. Simmons
CRAIG LOW— Teaching in Hingham since 1971.
Enjoys gardening, coin collecting, travel, and home
repair experimenting. Grad. American International
College. "I fixed our bathtub with a hack-saw, a
prayer, and finally, a helpful neighbor."
ROBERT MAGNER— Teaching in Hingham since 1963 .
Enjoys sports. Grad. Boston College. "Things are
Paul Noise aux
WILLIAM MCCALLUM— Been at Hingham High School
since 1970. Guidance Counselor. Enjoys sailing and
the ocean, and carpentry. Grad. Boston University.
ANN MCSWEENEY— Teaching in Hinghamsince 1972.
Enjoys literature and swimming. Grad TrinityCollege.
JOAN MOFFATT— Been at Hingham High School
since 1970. Enjoys theater, piano, local politics,
and taking care of all medical problems in the school.
Grad. Skidmore College. "Keep smiling . "
PATRICIA MOORE— Teaching at Hingham High
School for one year. Enjoys skating, camping, and
writing. Grad. University of Massachusetts. "Tu
sonrisa me lace libre me pone alas."
GEORGE MURPHY— Teaching in Hingham since 1971.
Enjoys playing the organ for the group, "Conrad and
the Pickups", writing, movies, and plants. Grad.
Boston College. "Every moment is a risk."
MARTHA MURPHY— Teaching at Hingham High
School since 1972. Enjoys music, gardening, travel,
and cooking. Grad. Simmons College. "Bon Appetit . "
JOHN NIONAKIS— Teaching in Hingham since 1962.
Chairperson of the Hingham Foreign Language Dept.
Enjoys A. F.S. , travel, reading, and athletics. Grad.
University of Mass. , University of Paris, University
of Madrid, NOEA Institute .
PAUL NOISEUX— Teaching in Hingham since 1968.
Enjoys photography and swimming. Grad. Fitchburg
GALE NUTTER— Home Eoonomics teacher at Hing-
ham High School. Enjoys cooking, sewing, people
and all the good things in life .
STEVEN OLSON —Teaching in Hingham since 1967.
Enjoys bowling. Grad. Bridgewater State College.
CHARLES OZUG —Teaching in Hingham since 1972.
Enjoys book collecting, creative writing, soup eating,
and "mentally whipping myself for watching T.V."
Grad. Assumption College.
JOHN PENNY — Enjoys teaching Chemistry and Driver's
Ed. Grad. Syracuse University.
BARBARA PETERS— Enjoys painting, crafts, needle-
work, and outdoor living. Grad. Boston University .
RICHMOND POOLE— Teaching in Hingham since
1971. Enjoys organic living. Grad. Yale University.
"Beware the spiritual dangers of not owning a farm."
AGNES QUILL— Teaching in Hingham since 1955 .
Enjoys reading, golf, and biking . Grad . Boston Univer-
sity. "Business is booming . "
BARBARA RATTRAY— Enjoys painting and sewing.
Grad . Boston University.
LOUISE REILLEY— Teaching in Hingham since 1970.
Enjoys travelling and photography. Grad. Boston
JOSEPH ROPER— First year as a Guidance Counselor
in Hingham. Enjoys sailing and sports. Grad. Boston
University. "I'm happy in Hingham and I'm impressed
with the welcome . "
CAMILLA ROUNDTREE— Metco Co-ordinator since
1971. Hingham Freedom Movement Chairperson.
She is a local chairperson for the March of Dimes .
Attended classes at Boston University. "A bus is a
vehicle for transportation; education is the oppor-
tunity at the end . "
DOUGLAS RYAN— Teaching in Hingham since 1972.
Tnjoys sports and is the sophomore football coach.
Grad. University of Massachusetts.
JOSEPH RYAN— Teaching in Hingham since 1965.
Enjoys coaching the school's cross country, winter,
and spring track teams; cooking; photography, and
woodworking. Grad. Fitchburg State College.
DOROTHY SHILLIG— Been at Hingham High School
for a year. Enjoys cooking. "In youth we learn; in
age we understand. "
KARL SCHMATZLER— Technical drawing instructor
at Hingham High School.
CHARLES SHAFFER— A new teacher this year. En-
joys listening to Jazz and playing the trumpet, and
water skiing. Grad. Florida State University.
BARBARA SHAPIRO— Enjoys travelling. Grad. Boston
DAVID SHARPE- -Enjoys travelling and this year set
up an exchange between Hingham and Hamburg,
DIANA SIDES- -Teaching in Hingham since 1968.
Favorite things to do are tennis, reading, and golf.
Grad. Suffolk University.
ROBERTA SIMPSON— Teaching in Hingham since
1970. Enjoys upholstering, batik, andmacrame.
Grad. Boston School Museum in Tufts.
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ARTHUR SMITH- -Teaching in Hingham since
1973. Enjoys fishing, target shooting, and
photography. Grad. University of Maine
SUZANNE SMITH— Teaching in Hingham since
1972. Enjoys tennis, gardening and family.
JOHN STOUFFER— Teaching in Hingham since
1966. Enjoys politics (1976 Vice -Presidential
Candidate) and sailing.
DONALD SULLIVAN— Teaching in Hingham
since 1964. Enjoys music and reading. Grad.
BETH SWENSON- -New to Hingham. Teaches
DORIS TAAM— New to Hingham. Enjoys hiking
and biking. Grad. Massachusetts Institute of
FRANK W. TIERNEY— Teaching in Hingham
since 1960. Enjoys people in general and skiing.
Grad. Curry and Boston University.
PATRICIA TIERNEY— Teaching in Hingham
since 1958. Enjoys baseball . . . Red Sox's
most loyal fan. Grad. Boston College
JOHN TINKER— Teaching in Hingham since 1971.
Enjoys barn building, biking, canoeing, and wres-
tling. Grad. Union College.
ELIZABETH TRUBIA— Been at High School since
1973. Enjoys books, sewing, travelling, and
hockey. Grad. Bridgewater State College
JACK WALLACE — Teaching in Hingham since
1956. Enjoys fishing and woodworking. Grad.
ALICE YACOBIAN—Teaching at Hingham High
since 1968. Enjoys raising and bee keeping. Grad
Grad. Boston College.
VIRGINIA HANSEL--A first year teacher at the
High school. Enjoys skiing, tennis and her six
children. Grad. Boston University.
ALAN EDMOND— Teaching at Hingham his
first year, he enjoys fishing and camping. A Grad.
of Assumption College.
PETER LINCOLN— Has taught science at all school
levels in Hingham for nine years. Enjoys both
cross country and downhill skiing and racing.
Grad. Boston College.
JOSEPH ROPER— First year at Hingham as a guid-
ance councelor. Enjoys sailing sports.
Hingham High. Grad. Bridgewater College U.
M. B. Abreu: I can because I think I can.
T. Adams: What you think of yourself matters
more than what others think of you.
T. Alciere: Tradition should be a thing of the
J. Alston: There is no flame like an enthusi-
E. Antoine: It takes a long time to find out who
you are . . . But the answer is worth the
L. Apessos: A boat, sailing with the waves,
moving with the wind . . .
N. Arena: Time may change me, but I can't
P. Arena: You don't need a weatherman to know
which way the wind blows.
A. Arsenault: I live in a very small house,
but my windows look out on a very large
L. Bards ley: Time flies over us, but leaves
its shadow behind.
A. Barrett: A heart is judged by not how much
you love, but by how much others love you.
T. Barry: Bibio ergo sum.
J. Battista: This above all: to thine own self be
true, and it must follow, as the night the day,
thou canst not then be false to any man.
D. Belknap: I get by with a little help from my
E. Beneduci: We are seperate stars within a
mutual night against the encompassing dark-
ness, let us together light our candles.
P. Berigan: What a day for a daydream!
K. Bower: Love is always ready to excuse,
to trust, to hope, and to endure whatever
comes, love does not come to an end.
P. Bravo: Life may seem very short --do your
M. Brazis: Feed your head . . .
C. Broholm: And the clowns parade out, one
J. Brown: No regrets, no tears . . . Good-bye.
F. Burgess: To live is the rarest thing in the
world, most people exist --that is all.
S. Cameron: When there is unity among all
mankind, things can be accomplished; But
when this unity is divided, the walls of man-
kind begin to crumble.
J. Carlin: Vincent.
B. Carr: If winter comes, can spring be far
J. Casagrande: Life is but a dream . . .
C. Casey: Life is like an onion, you peel off
one layer at a time and sometimes you weep.
J. Chipman: When angry, countfour! when very
M. Cirone: Life is a dream, just as you get
involved you usually wake up.
M. Clayton: We can because we think we can.
L. Colleran: If you see someone without a
smile, give him one of yours.
M. Collier: Two roads diverged in a wood, and
I took the one less travelled by, and that has
made all the difference.
A. Condon: Love is patient and kind; love is
not jealous or boastful; it is not arrogant or
rude . . . Love never ends!!
M. Connelly: Things hoped for have a higher
value than things assured.
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L. A. Conroy: We carry within us the wonders
P. Conroy: Although the moments were only
temporary, the memories will last forever.
N. Coughlin: Never let yesterday use up today.
R. Crepeau: Happiness comes to those who
are willing to offer kindness and considera-
tion to others in distress.
C. Currin: The big thing is to do it.
D. Cross: Don't believe in yourself, don't de-
ceive with belief, Knowledge comes with
D. Cushing: Whether we look back or not, the
past is in our blood.
M. Dannies: Take your time, think alot, why-
think of everything you've got, for you will
still be here tomorrow but your dreams may
G. Davis: There is a past which is gone for-
ever but there is a future which is still our
J. Davis: I have to act the way I am now before
I can become something else.
W. DeGiacomo: In Heaven there is no beer,
that's why we drink it here.
W. Delmar: The more you sweat in peace, the
less you bleed in war.
J. Delmonaco, Jr. : As life goes on, you will
never forget the time you had at H. H. S.
W. Donahue: . . . and tomorrow's gonna' be
a brighter day . . .
S. Doonan: Eyes of the tern, I have observed
J. Durante: "66" SS J. P. The condenser kid,
the 4F's Tony the CB Kid, T's truck on B
D. Dwight: Silences make the real conversa-
tions between friends, not the saying but the
never needing to say is what counts.
R. Egan: Be prepared for the worst, but al-
ways accept the good with open arms.
E. Eldredge: I am not afraid of tomorrow, for
I have seen yesterday, and I love today.
R. Emery: A moment is only temporary, but
a memory is forever.
H. Falvey: Helice pelice is very melice!
B. Ferris: Go from me. Yet I feel that I shall
stand henceforward in thy shadow.
S. Feitelberg: Apathy is the worlds worst prob-
lem. But I don't care.
A. M. Fitzgerald: Ziggy me, Ziggy you, Zig-
gy boo; Les, you can dig it, so can I.
B. Fitzgerald: Love many, trust few, always
paddle your own canoe.
R. Fleming: You can't hide your lying eyes!
W. Flett: I'm already gone, but I'm feeling
E. Ford: If one were to remove the stones,
the brook would lose its song.
Jo. Ford: Let us make this moment in time
that we share --a time of happiness, for we
may never share a moment in time together
P. Fredette: Das Leben uns nachtet, wie man's
verschlaft, verraucht, vergeigt, undesdrei-
L. Furtado: R.E. , Karen G. , Susan, Nicha,
Galvin and all my assorted friends who made
it all possible to help me tolerate the social
prison. I thank-you.
E. Gaggero: It's easier to lay down in the dark,
everything's quiet, but stand and light your
little match and look around you! You'll see
many things . . .
M. Garrity: Movin' ahead so life won't pass
T. Genereux: Don't put off for tomorrow what
you can do today, because if you enjoy it to-
day, you can do it again tomorrow!
W. Genovese: It's not the size of the man in
the fight, it's the size of the fight in the man.
A. Gilbert: For us of the minority the op-
portunity to see is more important than
A. Gleason: Hey tomorrow, where are you
going, do you have some room for me?
J. Glennon: If life gives you a lemon- -make
R. Goodrich: Don't forget that there's more
to life than just learning and working.
E. Gorfinkle: All things bright and beautiful,
all creatures great and small, all things
wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them
J. Grantino: We're not here for a long time,
we're here for a good time.
G. Grassie: We reach for our moment, and
try to make it an honest stand.
D. Greeley: I will always want to know that
there remains something I don't know, that
I may seek.
H. Green: Party time is here to stay- -bye Mr.
S. Greene: There's only one thing in the world
worse than being talked about, and that's not
being talked about.
S. Gregg: It's been good, now it's time to work,
J. Haley: You are only what you are when no
one is looking.
S. Haley: He who moves not forward, goes
S. Haviland: Team Fight!
S. Hayes: This is the day I've been waiting
J. Healey: Get out if you can!
L. Henriksen: I believe in Love, Tenderness,
and Kindness. I believe in Mankind.
R. Higgins: Life is very short and very uncer-
tain let us spend it as well as we can.
S. Hiltz: Always be free!
C. Hitchcock: Take care of those you call your
own, and keep good company.
G. Hodgon: I'm not crazy, it's just the rest
of the world.
E. Hoefel: Live today like there is no tomorrow.
S. A. Howlett: Life is but a cycle, it may be
short or long, but in order to reach your
final destiny, you must stand strong.
J. Hulbert: If it is not worth giving 100%, it
is not worth giving at all.
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P. Ireland: We may lose and we may win, but
we will never be there again, so take it easy.
A. Jackson, Jr. : Peace, love and happiness to
my classmates of "77". The Kidd. Good luck
Mrs. Roundtree, (smile and you shall have a
G. Johanson: I am convinced that there is noth-
ing irrelevent, nothing extraneous, and that
everything that happens to us, happens for a
reason, a purpose.
K. Jonsson: Though we travel the world over
to find the beautiful, we must carry it with
us or we find it not.
S. Kaloyanides: ... it isn't the mountains
ahead that wear out it is the grain of sand
in your shoe.
D. Kaminski: Flying high touch the sky, going
places I never knew so goodbye, and hello
N. Kelleher: A friend is a person with whom
you dare to be yourself.
B. Kelley: It's not me who's shifting, it's the
J. Kenney: We finally made it to the end . . .
now we are on our own . . .
K. Keogh: Live life the best you can.
C. Knapp: Have for today 'cause yesterday is
gone and tomorrow may never come.
S. Koeghlinger: Good Sabbath, Mazeltov, L'-
chiam, Do you believe, Bali H'ai, Shipoopi,
Mildue, Foochoin, Bugazumski, Knees up!,
ORCS, koalas, fuzzies, eggs, and lots of
weirdness to all.
R. Kurciviez: If you see someone without a
smile, give him one of yours.
R. Kurtz: Rainy days and Mondays always get
L. Lane: We are changing. Always changing.
Tomorrow, I'll wonder who I'll be.
B. Lenahan: To know, and never to regret that
the road I chose to follow in my life will be
the best for me.
K. Lincicome: Where will I be this time to-
morrow, jumped in joy or sinking in sorrow,
either way I should be doing alright.
J. Long: Take it to the limit . . . one more
P. Lutz: It's a long way to where I'm going.
L. Lyons: Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams
die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot
M. MacCune: When the moon rises, the field
goal is good.
D. Macri: Snip! Snip!
A. Marsh: Everything is funny when it happens
to somebody else.
G. Martin: I've never been hurt by anything I
L. Marx: Someday . . . maybe
A. Matheson: One laughs, one cries, two
uniquely human traits, and the main thing
in life is not to be afraid to be human.
S. McChord: One must climb out of the valley
before he can get over the mountain.
L. McCusker: The miracle is that life contin-
ues, the sorrow is that we do not --make the
best of it.
J. McGrath: Love your neighbor.
C. McHugh: Do not squander time, that is the
stuff life is made of.
P. McLaughlin: Humble pie is always hard to
swallow with your pride.
B. McLellan: You can hold onto yesterday,
touch today and only reach for tomorrow.
D. McLore: Keep Christ in your heart and
give him to your neighbor.
J. McNulty: Let's not think of it as an end,
think of it as a new beginning.
J. Melikian: A thought, a smile, is how friend-
ship begins ... a memory is how it lasts.
A. Monaco: Do unto others as you would have
them do unto you.
C. Mooney: I want to shout, but I can't hardly
M. Moore: Those who bring sunshine to the lives
of others cannot keep it from themselves.
G. Morse: Happy we are met, happy we have
been, happy may we part and happy meet
G. Mullen: If it weren't for the last minute,
a lot of things wouldn't get done.
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P. Norton: Cogito ergo sum.
D. Nosiglia: Don't need a weatherman to know
which way the wind blows.
J. O'Connell, Jr. : By asking for the impos-
sible, we obtain the possible.
P. O'Hearn: Determination will make you a-
chieve your goals.
S. O'Neal: Dreamers live forever.
M. Orcutt: Those who do dares wisely, live to
the greatest extents.
T. Ostheimer: I'd like to know what this whole
show is all about before it's out.
M. Packard: What you are is God's gift to you,
what you become is your gift to God.
R. Palmer: I feel nothing I could say can sum
up my experiences of the past 12 years.
A. Palmgren: Time, the subtle thief of youth.
A. Pare: Dreams are treasures of yesterday
that cannot be stolen, only lost. Hold on to
them with all your might; and you've got it
L. Payne: In the past I've been checkin' out
all the new words used by all of you clones
and I have dynamite words of supergroova-
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J. Pearsons: Being known isn't everything.
A. Phelps: If you don't try, you might die never
L. Power: Build today, then, strong and sure,
with a firm and ample base; And ascending
and secure shall tomorrow find its place.
C. Quigley: How near is yesterday, how far
A. Randall: Keep ontruckin'.
D. Ray: Well the first days are the hardest
days, don't you worry any more, 'cause
when life looks like easy street, there is
danger at your door.
J. Rear don: Take my hand and come with me,
for we've many miles to go and the journey's
always sweeter when shared by two.
L. Reed: Always love and you will be loved.
P. Reed: If you love something, let it go, if
it comes back, it's yours, if not, then it
J. Reichardt: Hold on to your precious mo-
ments, for every minute is a drop of life
P. Roundtree: Yeah, though I walk through the
valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear
no evil for I graduated from Hingham High
J. Rubbo: I live my life from day to day, and
hope that each is different and teaches me
something of the life I'm living.
E. Rudenauer: The past is gone forever, the
future is mine to make what I want of any
M. Ryan: If opportunity doesn't bother to knock
at your door, take it easy, for by waiting
for it you've already let your life slip by.
N. Sabbag: There can be no rainbow without
J. Schwob: Don't give up until you drink from
the silver cup and ride that highway in the
B. Reis: What we anticipate, seldom occurs.
What we least expect generally happens.
K. Scott: It isn't what you know that counts,
it's what you think of in time.
D. Se lander: The spirit sun is strong, and new
days are dawning for us all.
K. Shaw: Accept me as I am --only then will
we discover each other.
D. Skrycki: . . . Hang on to your hopes my
friend. But if your hopes should pass away,
simply pretend that you can build them again.
G. Smith: Imagination is more important than
L. Smith: Hold fast to dreams 'cause if
dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird
that cannot fly.
T. Smith: All the world is a stage, and the
men and women merely players.
A. Sowdon: Tomorrow is open and right now
it seems to be more than enough to just be
A. Staiano: One flew east, one flew west, one
flew over the cuckoo's nest.
R. Stanley: Better than the minting of a gold
crowned king, is the safe kept memories of
a lovely thing.
H. Smith: Together we flew; individually we'll
B. Stasik: It's the end, but the beginning.
J. Sterling: Everybody's got to be happy, ev-
eryone should sing, for we know the joy of
life, and the peace that love can bring.
R. Stevenson: So long to our MS. Alice, she
gave us the portrait of Sid. Some day we
will forgive her!
Vi Stimson: When you enter the world do not
follow the path- -instead leave a trail . . .
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A. Suomala: Illigitimus non carborundum.
L. Thompson: Why am I dying to live, when
I am just living to die.
S. Toomey: If life gives you lemons --make
C. Troia: The most useless day of all is that
in which we have not laughed.
P. Truite: Be careful which dreams you clutch
. . . for dreams come true !
J. Ulf elder: When ideas are narrow, they be-
come the bars by which a man is imprisoned.
S. Vafides: Maybe I'm a fool 'cause I look for
the light through the pouring rain.
L. Valentino: Nobody ever had the rainbow
until they had the rain.
M. Vento: Why grieve because your beautiful
dreams have not come true; neither have
C. Vickery: Time passes much too quickly
when we're together laughing.
N. Toland: Keep smiling!! It makes people
wonder what you've been up to!!
J. Wall: Whatever you do in life, give it your
greatest effort; for half an effort is like no
effort at all.
M. L. Wanders: We've only just begun . . .
P. Viden: Swimming, up a rushing river, striv-
ing to reach some great goal.
M. West: Wherever you are, whatever you do,
be happy, enjoy, be glad that you're you.
E. Whittaker: For the world is hollow- -and
I've touched the sky.
A. Wolfe: Like everyone else, we're search-
ing by what we've heard . . . There's so
many dreams we've yet to find.
There is a road between the dawn and the
dark of night, if you go, no one may follow,
that path is for your steps alone.
To The Class Of 1977
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WHOLE EARTH CLUB
Lou-Anne Conroy, Melanie
Collier, Dave Ray, Ed Max-
field, Paul White, Sean Gal -
agher, Sue Kalyonaides,
Doug Ertman, Jean Drum-
mond, Mike Vento, Chris
Advisors: Mr. Anderson
Kim Alger, Amy Condon, Gregg Elliot, Jane Freeman, Tom Gene-
reux, Joanna Letson, Marie Packard, Chris Quigley, Chris Richards,
Stuart Shiffman, Beth Sherridan, Tracey Smith, Lorri Valentino
A. Arena C. Armstrong T. Barry C.
Casey N. Coughlin C. Currin B.
Darrach C. Delmar M. Doherty M.
Eliot D. Ertman M. Farrell S. Feitel-
berg P. Fredette L. Kaloyanides S.
Kaloyanides J. Freeman E. Gaggero
S. Gregg P. Harvey J. Heapes J.
Kelly L. Langone K. Lincicome C.
Lloyd K. Mann L. Mahony G. Mar-
tin B. Montgomery M. O'neal R.
Palmer D. Smith H. Smith J. Smith
K. Troullos S. Wade
Instructor: Mr. Burlenbach
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T. Alciere, N. Arena, B. Barbuto, L. Bardsley,
L . Blucke , A . Condon, N . Coughlin, R . Crepeau,
M. Dannies, G. Davis, J. Davis, D. Dwight, R.
Emery, B. Ferris, S. Fischer, T. Genereux, A.
Gleason, G. Gray, N. Hall, B. Healey, R. Hig-
gins, R. Hopey, S. Hewlett, P. Ireland, S.
Kaloyanides, D. Kaminski, J. Kenney, R. Kur-
civiez , L . Lane , K . Lawler , S . Lincoln P . Lutz ,
L. McCusker, J. McGrath, C. McHugh, P. Mc-
Laughlin, J. McNulty, J. Melikan, S. O^eal,
M. Packard, A. Phelps, L. Power, B. Reis, L.
Rudenauer , K . Shaw , V . Stimson K . Troullos ,
M. L. Wanders, L. Weis, A. Wolfe, S. Toomey
K . Burke , C . Armstrong , P . Ayers , K . Balerna ,
L. Battista, S. Belknap, C. Brown, W. Brown,
S. Buxton, M. Collins, P. D'Angelo, B. Darrach,
S. Davis, J. Dedian, S. Deems, L. Devitt, A.
Ernst, J. Freeman, E. Gray, S. Hall, L. Hawes,
K. Ireton, D. Kennedy, A. Kost, J. Lamb, C.
Lassan, M. Lincoln, J. Lubrano, D. Lyon, S.
Mansfield, E. Marx, F. McGrath, A. Morse, V.
Mount, A. Murphy, M.E. Murphy, M. O'Neal,
J. Puleo, C. Regan, A. Rhines, B. Ribaudo, J.
Shaw, V. Stimson, L. Shaw, A. Sholler, P.
Sullivan, N. Swofford, K. Taylor, K. Vaughan,
K. Vickery, L. Warden, M. West, N. Whelan.
J. Amara, M. Armston, L. Austin, D. Borowko
B. Bravo A. Burke, L. Carlson, C. Claypoole,
Donna Cody, R. Cundari, K. Davis, L. Deems,
C. Drisscol, R. Dwyer S. Farnham, J. Freeman,
R. Giarusso, K. Hassett, K. Hess, T. Hiltz, S.
Jones, D. Kardok, M. Keogh M. Kiely, J. Lof-
gren, R. Magner, B. Martin, C. Martin D. Mc-
Clanahan, B. McMeekin, J. McNeice, K. Mea-
der L. Murphy, G. Philipon, K. Price, C. Rear-
don, T. Reed P. Reis, L. Schillig, J. Shafto,
A. Shaw, J. Stanley, T. Troullos, J. Urbati, L.
Weiss, M. Whitman, D. Worsley R. Young,
Advisor-Mr. Craig Low
CO-EDITORS— Melanie Collier
STAFF— K. Barnes, S. Doonan, L. Childs, A. Condon, N. Coughlin, D. Dwight, L. Eldredge, A. Ernst, R. Feitelberg, L.
Hawes, C. Hitchcock, L. Warden, J. Gordon, B. Martin, C. Martin, G. Martin, "Pickle", L. Shaw, A. Sholler, M. Sul-
livan, K. Troullos, M. Murphy.
G. Neat, G. Johanson, R.
Lyons, R. Crepeau, B. Pal-
ADVISOR: Mr. Sullivan
N. Coughlin, M. Abreu, L.
Blucke, S. Lincoln, S. Fis-
cher, C. Pearce, N. Arena,
C. Pettersson, S. Hiltz, S.
Greene, B. Carr, A. Con-
don, T. Genereux, J. Lane,
L. Boretti, J. Stevens, C.
Donahue, N. Greene, M.
Marchesiani, M. Scioscia,
M. Elliot, H. Shabaz, J.
Drummond, C. Gywkeri, A.
Isleb, A. Pendoley, J. Pen-
Advisor — Mrs. Howard
Jenny Lubrano, Tom Genereux, Amy Condon,
Janice Battista, Joanna Letson, Karl Jonsson, Enrica
Gaggero, Eleana Lareanas, Mike Ryan, Darcy
Lyon, Wendy Brown, Diana Smith, Sean Gallagher,
Andrea Staiano, Joanne Ford, Anne Sowdon, Mal-
M.L. Wanders, A. Hibbert, P. Lutz, A. Condon, R. Crapeau G.
Mullen, C. Hitchcock, P. Norton, B. Ford, P. Dale C. Broholm, R.
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OFFICERS— President: Nancy Coughlin
V. President: Robin Kurciviez
Treasurer: Jim Glennon
Secratary: Deanne Dwight
ADVISOR-- Mrs. Galo
Mr. & Mrs. James F. Koehlinger
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Leary
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Dwight
EDITORS — Joe Chipman, Deanne
EDITORIAL BOARD— Jim Glennon,
Robin Kurciviez, Paula Lutz, Ann
Sowdon, Kitty Troullos
STAFF— J. Battista, K. Burke, J.
Casagrande, A. Condon, R. Cre-
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K, Kehoe, J. Long, L. Lyons, G.
Martin, R. Palmer, C. Quigley,
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald E. Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Glennon
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Carlin
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Wells T. Barry S. Cronin J. Goodrich C. Hitchcock D. Huntress B
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TROMBONES— M. Kiely, S. Morrison, P. Norton, B. Wheaton, D. Worsley.
DRUM MAJOR— Mike Ryan BAND DIRECTOR— Mr. C. Shaeffer
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Christina B. Quigley
Mr & Mrs Herbert J. Gorfinkle,
Mr & Mrs Warren B. Tagen
Mr & Mrs Patrick E. O'Hearn
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Pat Ayers, Linda Barton, Kyle Bower, Sue Hershberg, Jackie
Lamb, Pat McKenna, Gayle Morse, Andre Pare, Betsy Orcut,
Donna Powers, Nancy Raymond, Lisa Rudenauer, Paula Rumano
Mr and Mrs John S. Orcutt
Mr & Mrs Malcolm D. Smith
Mr & Mrs Wilfred F.O. Garside
Dr & Mrs Richard A. Norton
Mr & Mrs John G. Falvey
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VICE PRESIDENT: Johnese Sullivan
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PRESIDENT: Jane Barrett
VICE PRESIDENT: Mike Doyle
SECRETARY: Janene Smith
TREASURER: Bernadette Gushue
141, Green D. Lee, R. Leonard, R. Lewis,
B. Lincoln, E. Linscott, H. Linscott, P. Lin-
scott, J. Lofgren, K. Long, K. Losordo, C.
Lyons, S. MacDonald, S. MacNeil, B. Mag-
ner, R. Magner, L. Mahoney, T. Mahoney,
L. Mallory, R. Manley, P. Manton, R.
Marapoti, M. Marchesiani, J. Marcus, J.
Margotta, M. Marshall, J. Martel, C.
140, Jensen D. Jor-
dan, M. Jorgensen, E.
Joyce, D. Kardok, K.
Kaukola, P. Keenan,
J. Kelley, C. Kelly,
J. Kelly, K. Kent,
M. Keogh, M. Kiely,
D. Kimball, B. King,
J. Knapp, M. Koonce,
T. Krall, A. Krause,
R. La combe, J. La-
hive, B. Laliberte, B.
Lalli, B. Lamb, M.
Lamm, J. Lane, M.
Lang, D. Larocque,
D. Leach, K. Leary,
139, Bailey R. Hedlund, M. Hen-
nessey, F. Hermanson, K. Hess, J.
Hill, T. Hiltz, J. Hirsch, J. Hof-
fses, P. Honkalehto, A. Hood, B.
Hooper, L. Horky, L.S. Houghton,
C. Hoyt, J. Hoyt, P. Hoyt, G.
Hughes, B. Hulbert, S. Humphrey,
R. Hunt, D. Huntress, H. Ide, P.
Ingraham, B. Jamieson, A. Jewett,
P. Johanson, C. Jones, S. Jones
143, Kirkcaldy E.
Martin, J. Martin, J.
Matheson, L. May-
ville, C. McAdams,
T. McCallum, M.
McCarron, K. Mc-
Carthy, K. McChord,
D. McClanahan, D.
McHugh, B. McMeek-
in, J. McNeice, S.
McNutt, T. Mc-
Sweeney, K. Meader,
R. Meallo, B. Mehr-
mann, D. Merline, K.
Messner, G. Michel-
son, R. Montgomery,
M. Morana, S. Mor-
rison, B. Mortell, L.
Mortland, J. Mullen,
122A, Johnson T. Costello, K. Costello, B. Cox,
L. Coyle, D. Craig, P. Craig, S. Cronin, P. Crow-
ley, C. Cundari, L. Dale, D. Damstra, S. Dane,
K. Danforth, K. Davis, C. Deane, J. Debuccia, L.
Deems, D. Degiacomo, J. Delisle, C. Delmar
208, Miss Guell R. Rosso, N. Roundtree, C. Routhier, J. Ruffini, C. Russell, M. Russo, S. Russo, M. Ruth, K.
Ryder, T. Scarry, A. Schiller, L. Schillig, W. Schuka, E. Schumacher, M. Scott, A. Seddon, S. Seddon, D. Se-
verance, J. Shafto, P. Shahbaz, K. Shapter, A. Shaw, P. Shea, P. Sheppard, L. Sheppard, L. Sherry, C. Sherwin,
S. Smart, D. Smith
Cafe, Mr. Ryan W. Burke, P. Buttkus,
S. Buxton, G. Caira, P. Caliri, W. Cal-
lahan, D. Calnan, R. Campbell, E. Ca-
parrotta, C. Capezuto, D. Cardoni, E.
Carnes, M. Carr, K. Casagrande, T.
Casey, C. Caton, S. Caton, D. Childs,
J. Clabault, D. Clark, S. Clark, W.
Clark, K. Class, R. Clement, J. Cochran,
T. Coffey, D. Collins, M. Collins
Room 119, Mrs. Smith J. Ferguson, J. Finley, J. Fisher, B. Fithian, B. Fitzgerald, C. Flana-
gan, D. Ford, R. Frappier, J. Freeman, F. Gallagher, L. Gallo, L. Garvin, G. Gatturna, S.
Gellatly, B. Glasheen, G. Goldberg, J. Gordon, J. Gordon
Room: Auto Shop
Room 154, Mr. Edmond N. Pelrin, J. Pe-
raino, M. Peterson, J. Piazza, B. Pinel, K.
Pizzeli, L. Power, D. Powers, E. Price, P.
Principato, J. Puleo, N. Raymond, C.
Regan, A. Rhines, W. Ribaudo, T. Ricci,
M. Richards, B. Richardson, M. Richard-
son, B. Ricketts, T. Rogers, P. Romano,
L. Roth, W. Rubbo, P. Ruddy, E. Ryan,
S. Ryan, J. Ryder, L. Schelle, S. Schiffman
213, Mr. Haviland J. Watts, R.
Way, L. Weiss, C. Wells, J.
Wheaton, R. Wheeler, G. Whe-
lan, S. White, M. Whited, M.
Whitman, L. Wieman, J. Wig-
more, R. Wittkowski, C. Wood,
M. Yalenezian, C. Young, R.
Young, S. Young, R. Zeppi, D.
Auto Shop, Mr. Johnson D. Abreu, M.
Achille, D. Adams, J. Adams, S. Adams,
T. Aitken, K. Alger, J. Amonte, N. Amo-
roso, M. Anderson, E. Andrews, T. Andrews,
M. Angeramo, J. Antoine, A. Arena, E.
Argiro, M. Argiro, H. Arkell, C. Arm-
strong, R. Ashworth, H. Asnes, P. Ayers,
K. Balerna, F. Barbuto, A. Bargende
Room 150, Mrs. McSweeney P.
Kachin, L. Kaloyanides, B. Kay,
R. Keaney, A. Kelly, D. Ken-
nedy, G. Kessener, M. King,
C. Knight, K. Koonce, A. Kost,
S. Krall, J. Kurciviex, J. Lamb,
L. Langone, W. Langrill, C.
Lassen, F. Lawrence, C. Leonard,
P. Levin, D. Lewiecki, M. Lin-
coln, S. Linscott, C. Lloyd, J.
Lubrano, D. Lundquist, C. Lutz,
G. Lynch, D. Lyon, R. Lyons,
Room 158, Mr. Brown K. Barnes,
E. Barone, M. Barrasso, K. Bar-
rows, J. Bartlett, S. Bartlett, L.
Barton, L. Battista, S. Batts, E.
Baumgartner, A. Beatty, S. Bel-
knap, C. Bell, D. Bennett, G.
Berggren, T. Bow en, C. Brown,
W. Brown, S. Bryant, J. Buckley,
J. Budde, F. Budlong, S. Burg, M.
Room 203, Mrs. Sine M. Nally, G. Neat, C. Neville, P. Neville, J.
Noland, L. Nyman, M. O'Brien, M. O'Brien, O'Connell, E. O'Hern, C.
O'Keefe, K. O'Keefe, J. O'Mara, M. Ormston, D. Ostheimer, F. Over-
ton, A. Owen, A. Pate, M. Patterson, R. Pease, A. Pendoley, J. Per-
ryman, R. Peterson, G. Philipon, P. O'Rourke
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122B, Lacatell D. Deluze, K.
Deluze, M. Deluze, H. Demko,
C. Denicola, R. Desautels, D.
Digregorio, K. Dillon, S. Doland,
R. Dolphyn, M. Donovan, E. Doo-
nan, P. Downing, M. Doyle, C.
Driscoll, L. Driscoll, N. Driscoll,
S. Dromeshauser, S. Drummond, R.
Edwyer, C . Eckert, M. Egan
Room 156, Mr. Olson P. Sullivan, W. Sullivan, N. Swofford, S. Taylor, K. Taylor, M.
Thibault, L. Thomas, M. Thomas, V. Thomas, K. Thompson, G. Thornton, D. Tocchio,
B. Toland, K. Tornberg, R. Tose, S. Tower, G. Troia, P. Tully, S. Tyler, C. Van Allen,
R. Vardaro, K. Vaughan, K. Vaughan, M. Vaughan, K. Vickery, K. Vigneau, M. Vlachos,
S. Wade, J. Wall, R. Ward, L. Warden, C. Waters, J. Thornton
Room 153, Mr. Lincoln W.
Mudge, K. Mullaney, M.
Mullaney, J. Mullin, A.
Murphy, B. Murphy, J.
Murphy, M. Murphy, R.
Murphy, T. Nardo, R.
Nevins, P. Niland, S.
Noon, L. Norris, T . Nor-
ton, T. O'Brien, R.
O'Keefe, T. Olson, M.
O'Neal, T. O'Regan, L.
Osborne, R. Owen, B.
Packard, C. Paine, N.
Parker, T. Patch, D. Paul,
151, Mr. Bates H.
Waugh, J. Wells, K.
Welch, M. West, W.
Wheaton, N. Whelan,
M. Whish, D. White,
R. Whiting, T. Wig-
more, D. Williams,
J. Wolfe, L. Wood,
R. Wood, D. Wright,
P. Vetman, J.
Room 155, Miss Taam M.
Schiller, J. Schimd, K.
Schimd, W. Scholtes, M.
Scioscia, P. Secatore, W.
Secatore, C. Sestito, H.
Shahbaz, E. Shaw, J. Shaw,
K. Shea, E. Sheridan, A.
Sholler, C . Simpson, C .
Singleton, S. Smith, H.
Sochacki, B. Southwick,
D. Stamper, K. Stella, C.
Stevens, V. Stimson, J.
Stoddard, J. Sullivan, J.
Sullivan, J. Stevens
Cafe 148, Mr. Lane
T. Dewitt, L.
Diersch, J. Dieze-
mann, M. Dillon,
M. Doherty, C.
Donahue, J. Dono-
van, M. Downing,
J. Drummond, P.
Duggan, M. Dun-
ley, J. Dunn, T.
Dwyer, C. Eaton,
G. Elliot, M. El-
liot, L. Ellis, R.
Ellis, J. Engdahl,
A. Ernest, D. Fal-
vey, P. Falvey, R.
Doyle, E. Dewitt
Room 160, Mr. Berlenbach L. Granahan, D. Grassie, M. Gratta, E. Gray, J. Green, J.
Guarino, J. Guerra, C. Gyukeri, J. Haack, L. Haggblom, S. Hall, D. Ham, D. Ham,
J. Hamon, B. Hanley, J. Hanlon, P. Harvey, R. Hatch, E. Hawes, E. Hates, L. Healey,
W. Healey, R. Hennessey, P. Henriksen, P. Hernberg, S. Herzberg
Room 130, Mr. Schmatzler B.
Hickey, W. Hickey, S. Hick-
man, S. Higgins, J. Hines,
B. Hoar, K. Honkalehton, L.
Houghton, W. Houghton, S.
Hoyt, R. Hudson, J. Hulbert,
J. Hutchinson, J. Ide, K.
Ireton, M. James, W. Jeffer-
son, S. Jenkins, M. Jennings,
L. Johnson, R. Johnson, C.
Johnston, P. Hinckley
Room 129, Mr. Noiseaux A. Co-
mer, D. Connors, C. Conroy, J.
Conti, L. Cook, L. Cosgray, P.
Costello, R. Cox, D. Coyne, P.
Craig, D. Creighton, A. Cronin,
J. Crowley, C. Curry, G. Cusack,
S. Curtis, P. Daly, S. Damewood,
L. Damstra, P. D'Angelo, B. Dar-
rach, S. Davis, J. Dedian, S.
Deems, D. Delude, D. Deware
Room 152, Mr. Holley T. Lyons,
J. Macune, P. MacEachern, M.
Macri, C. Makinen, C. Mallory,
K. Malloy, K. Mann, S. Mans-
field, M. Manton, J. Marcus, B.
Marsh, E. Marx, E. McGrath, T.
McGovern, P. McKenna, S. Mc-
Laughlin, D. McNeice, K. Milan,
M. Monaco, T. Monaco, M.
Morrison, A. Morse, L. Mort-
land, V. Mount, M. Moffa, J.
B. Burke, P. Butkus, S # Buxton, G. Caira, P. Caliri, W. Callahan, D. Calnan, R. Camp-
bell, E. Caparrotta, C. Capezuto, D. Cardoni, E. Canies, H. Carr, K. Casagrande, T. Ca-
sey, C. Caton, S. Caton, D. Childs J. Clabault, D. Clark, S. Clark, W. Clark, K. Class,
R. Clement, J. Cochran, T. Coffey D. Collins, M, Collins
ROOM 157 SOPHOMORE
Room 157, Poole A. Abromowich, C. Ackernam, P. Anderson, J. Andrews, K. Angeramo, P.
Apessos, R. Arkell, K, Asnes, L. Austin, L. E. Austin, P. Balboni, D. Barbara, D. Barbuto, J.
Barbuto, D. Bardsley, J. Barrett, J. Bartoloni, W. Batts, J. Belknap, D. Beneduci, A, Bithon-
ey, J. Blackwood, D. Blatchford, S, Bonnyman.
Room 120, Benard C. Booth, L. Boretti, D. Boroko, K. Borowski, C. Bower, J. Brandon,
R. Bravo, O. Britton, D. Budde, S. Burbank, G. Burgess, R. Burke, A. Burke, J. Cadigan,
B. Campbell, J. Campbell, T. Campbell, P. Cardinal, L. Carlson, J. Carmody, T. Carri-
gan, K. Cartmill.
Room 123, Ajemin Eisenhauer, F. Eisenhauer, S.
Emanuel, A, Fage, E. Fairbank, B. Falvey, K.
Fanz, D. Farnham, S. Farrell, M. Fee, J. Feltrup,
J Fish, M. Fitzgerald, S. Fitzwilliam, E. Fletcher,
S. Frnaklin, P. Fraser, L. Freeman, J. Furtado, L.
Gallagher, C. Gallagher, M. Fredette, M. Ellis, V.
Room 138, Howard Galvin, W. Garrity, P. Garvin,
K. Gasparello, R. Geedy, R. Genereux, P. Gia-
russo, R. Gilberti, G. Gonsalves, k. Goodrich, J.
Granahan, K. Gratto, G. Greeley, D. Gregg, S.
Griffin, J. Gudmand, S. Hanley, R. Hanlon, M.
Hardy, E. Hardy, T. Hartin, D. Hasset, K. Hatch,
A. Hayes, N. Hayes, N.E. Hayes, R. Heapes, J.
Room 205, Brewer Phillips, B. Pinkus, K. Pompeo, D. Postell, M, Powers, D. Powers, G. Price, K.
Price, T. Prouty, S. Prudden, J. Pyne, M. Read, A. Reardon, C. Redmond, J. Reed, T. Regan, P.
Reidy, J. Reis, P. Ricci, D. Richardson, m. Richardson, T. Robinson, D. Rodman, C, Romania, M.
Rose, L. Ross, C.
Room 211, Finn D, Smith, J. Smith, J. Smith, K. Smith, L. Smith, N. Smith, S. Smith, P. Snell,
J. Spriggs, J. Stanley, L. Stanton, J. Steen, E. Steidle, M. Stevenson, M. Steeves, P. Stidstone, D.
Stockwell, L. Stoehr, C. Stuart, S. Sturgis, K. Suereth, M. Sullivan, M. Sullivan, P. Sullivan, M.
Supple, C. Sweeney, M. Sullivan.
M. Tagliaferro, G. Taylor, B. Thibault, D. Thomas, J. Thomas, B. Thompson, D. Thompson K.
Thompson, M. Thompson, J. Tornberg, T. Troullos, L. Twombly, S. Ulfelder, J. Urbati, W. Urmson,
N. Virtue, E. Walker, J. Walsh, J. Walsh, S. Walsh, G. Wareham, M. Warsofsky, J. Watson, D.
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